I'm using an old laptop, that I use for writing, and I would like to set up a backup system for.
It has no WiFi (I don't want WiFi on it. Too many distractions come from the Internet) so backing up to the web isn't an option.
I back up my files semi-regularly to an external drive, but if my hard drive dies in between those backups, I could potentially lose a week's worth of work, if not more.
I'm thinking about sticking a micro SD card into the laptop and having the Windows 7 backup service make daily backups on that.
I know it's not perfect, but it's the best safety net I can think of right now.
If I'm only regularly backing up files that are only kilobytes large, how likely is it, that my SD card would fail?